43 Mass. L.Q. [i] (1958-1959)

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Massachusetts Law Quarterly
MARCH, 1958
(For Complete Table of Contents see page 1)
Law Day in Massachusetts and Throughout the Nation - May 1,
1958 - Proclaimed by the President of the United States
RAYMOND F. BARRETT
Report of Nominating Committee
Trial by Newspaper-To What Extent are Leaks by Law Enforce-
ment Officials Responsible?
Majority Verdicts by Ten Jurors in Civil Cases- A Pending Bill and
the Constitutional Requirement of Unanimous Verdicts
The Jenner Bill to Limit Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
-The Action of the American Bar Association
What is the Equivalent of Child?
Is there Dower in Joint Tenancy?
Appeals from Planning Boards and Boards of Appeal
A. CLINTON KELLOGG
Quitclaim Covenants
Express Trusts and Multi-State Contacts -A Massachusetts Approach
KENNETH KORB
Public Records and Public Meetings of Public Bodies-A Far-reach-
ing Bill -Senate 66
Alice in Nuclear Energy Land at Windscale -Part II
JAMES B. MULDOON
The Pre-Marshall Court and the Role of William Cushing
F. WILLIAM O'BRIEN, S.J.
Supplement to 7th Edition of Crocker's Notes on Common Forms-
ROGER D. SwAim
What does Driving Negligently So That Public Might be Endan-
gered Mean?
SAVE THE DATES
June 13-14, 1958
ANNUAL MEETING and LAWYERS' INSTITUTE
MAYFLOWER HOTEL                    PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS
Issued by the Massachusetts Bar Association
15 Pemberton Square                    Boston 8, Massachusetts

NUMBER I

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